Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to read religious books and booklets which have some Qur.aanic verses in them?
I inform your excellency that I started my menses when I was young – approximately 13 years of age. And [thereafter] for 4 years the month of Ramadhaan passed by and I did not fast…
There is a masjid in which they have a hall for lessons; is it permissible for a menstruating woman to attend lessons in this hall, whilst seated on a chair?
I am a young woman and my menses began when I was 14 years [of age], and I was too shy to tell my mother about it. So after Ramadhaan I did not make up [the fasts] which I was required to, bearing in mind that this was 11 years ago, so what is the ruling regarding that considering I am now married?
Is a menstruating woman required to change her clothing after she has purified herself, keeping in mind that no blood or impurity has fallen on her clothing?
If a woman has reached 70 years of age, and her [menstrual] blood continues [upon its cycle], should she assume it is still her menses [at such an elderly age]?
If a woman senses the feeling of blood [in her vagina] but it does not come out until after [the time of] maghrib, or if she feels period pains, is her fast correct for that day?
What is the ruling regarding a menstruating woman entering the masjid, and likewise al-Masjid al-Haraam [in Makkah]?
What is the rule regarding the limits for a man seeking pleasure with his wife with respect to her entire body?